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Another gigantic roadside sign featuring Prawit spotted in Buengkarn

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters ANOTHER COLOSSAL ROADSIDE sign featuring caretaker Prime Minister-cum-Palang Pracharath party leader Prawit Wongsuwan has been spotted in downtown Buengkarn with an attached note literally soliciting legal leniency for its existence. The vinyl billboard features an enlarged picture of the mask-wearing Prawit, the ruling party’s logo and catchphrases about a watershed […]

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Palang Pracharath Party blasted for using welfare cards to wins votes 

By Thai Newsroom Reporters THE PALANG PRACHARATH Party was today (Sept. 19) taken to task for using state welfare cards in “utterly disgusting” fashion to muster popularity among constituents in the provinces well ahead of the next general election. Deputy Pheu Thai Party secretary-general Khunakorn Preechachanachai alleged that the largest coalition partner had obviously resorted […]

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Palang Pracharath opts to not compete against Thai Economic Party 

By Thai Newsroom Reporters THE PALANG PRACHARATH Party will not contest against the Thai Economic Party for any constituencies in the next general election, especially those in the northern region, said caretaker Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan today (Sept. 12). Prawit who concurrently heads the largest coalition Palang Pracharath Party made his comments during an official […]

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Prayut downplays hearsay of him taking helm of Palang Pracharath Party

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters PRIME MINISTER PRAYUT Chan-o-cha today (June 7) downplayed hearsay that he would sooner or later become top leader of Palang Pracharath Party in place of its current leader, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan. Prayut told reporters at Government House he had never heard of such rumours until today that he […]

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Analysis: Conspiracy hatched to turn kingmaker into PM 

By Out-Crowd IT REMAINS TO BE SEEN whether a fresh conspiracy to turn Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan into head of government in place of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha following an approaching censure debate/no-confidence vote will ever bear fruit. Prawit who concurrently heads the ruling Palang Pracharath Party is being openly pitted by some coalition […]

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Another Palang Pracharath MP resigns

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters PALANG PRACHARATH MP Vichian Chavalit today (Apr. 18) resigned as a party-listed lawmaker amidst speculation that he will very shortly join the brand-new Sarng Anakot Thai Party. Vichian, who will be automatically replaced as MP by another person named on the 2019 electoral list of Palang Pracharath Party, is widely […]

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Prawit puts up highway billboards wishing travellers Happy Thai New Year 

  PEOPLE travelling to their hometown for Songkran today (Apr. 9) were greeted with large highway billboards showing Deputy Prime Minister and head of Palang Pracharat Party Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan wishing them a Happy Thai New Year along the way with this being an indication of this party gearing up for election battles, Matichon newspaper […]

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Analysis: Many more Palang Pracharath MPs bound to leave disintegrated party

  By Out-crowd MANY PALANG PRACHARATH MPs are quietly looking to desert for other parties following last month’s surprise exodus of MP Thammanat Prompow and 20 fellow lawmakers. Those politicians would undoubtedly cringe at the probability of being defeated in the next general election if they continued to stay with the disintegrated party and were […]

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Santi named Palang Pracharath Party secretary-general in place of Thammanat

By Thai Newsroom Reporters DEPUTY FINANCE Minister Santi Prompat was today (Jan. 27) named secretary-general of Palang Pracharath Party, the biggest coalition partner in government. At the order of Palang Pracharath Party leader Prawit Wongsuwan, Santi has become the party’s secretary-general in place of Thammanat Prompow who was ousted from the party’s membership alongside 20 […]

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Splinter parties tipped to consolidate with Thammanat’s clique

  By Thai Newsroom Reporters SEVERAL SPLINTER PARTIES will likely consolidate with an independent clique of 21 MPs headed by deposed Palang Pracharath Party secretary-general Thammanat Prompow, said partisan sources today (Jan. 21). The MPs of those splinter parties who have so far lent support for the Palang Pracharath-led coalition government will likely consolidate with […]

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